You had questions, and I had answers. Last week, I put out a request on the various social media lines for your queries about current events at city council and the City of Guelph, and you responded with about a dozen of them. This is where you get your answers.
On this week's Guelph Politicast, we do some serious role reversal as I find myself the one taking questions, not throwing them out them. Meanwhile, you the listener are not some passive participant overhearing a conversation with whoever, for it was you guys that came up with the content. The substance of that content cuts across various subjects including infrastructure, the media, city finances, transit, the 2018 election, hydro, and the latest in news concerning fast food outlets.
But just having the questions wasn't enough, I still needed a partner. So this week on the podcast, I am joined by my End Credits co-host and local politico Candice Lepage, who will serve in the honorary position of quiz master. Over the course of about 50 minutes, the quiz master poses all the various queries submitted, which will hopefully give you a baseline of what all is going on in local Guelph politics at this moment. Didn't ask a question? That's okay. The chances are that someone here asked about something you're interested in. The goal today is knowledge! Let's hope you find some over the next hour.
So let the inquisition begin on this latest edition of the Guelph Politicast!
I hope that this Q and A was informative. If you would like me to do it again sometime, feel free to post a comment or send it to me via one of the usual sources on Facebook, Twitter or email at adamadonaldson [at] gmail.com.
As you will have noted above, this is the 99th episode of the Guelph Politicast, which means that next week is episode #100. There is something special planned for that edition of the podcast, so be sure to come back next week to see who the guest is.
In other podcast news, due to the busy budget season about to begin in November, the Politicast will be going down to an every other week release schedule through to the end of the year.
The theme music for the Guelph Politicast is from the KPM Klassics collection by Syd Dale.
The host for the Guelph Politicast is Podbean. Find more episodes of the Politicast here.
Remember that the Politicast Podbean channel is also the host for podcast versions of Open Sources Guelph. The previous Thursday's episode of Open Sources will be posted on Mondays.